Mount Fuji Beer Glass

Jun 10, 2014

Category: Gear

Odds are you’re never going to climb Mount Fuji. Hey, we’re not doubting your leg strength, willpower, or desire to travel here, we’re just being practical. But there’s one version of Japan’s tallest mountain that is quite conquerable: the Mount Fuji Beer Glass.

Designed by Keita Suzuki of Sugahara Glassworks, this handmade beauty Mount Fuji Beer Glass will gladly hold 9.5 ounces of Kirin, Sapporo, or Suntory, or if World Cup fever has ignited your patriotism, sure, throw a Sam Adams in there. It comes in a distinctive paulownia wooden box, similar to that of a traditional Japanese tea cup, and it can be your for a little over a C note. [Purchase]

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